Round Robin 2020 #13

Round Robin 2020  #13

Thursday, October 18, 2012

October Honolulu Altered Books Group Round Robin

We had another great meeting on Saturday with lots of great
art to share with each other. Even though we are just getting started, we have just one more month to create art before
we go on holiday hiatus and then resume in February 2013.
We are looking forward to see what everybody will come
up with on their next assignments. We would like to thank all of the mainland artist for getting their art to us on time.
"One need not be a chamber to be haunted. One need not be a house. The brain has corridors surpassing material place." ~ Emily Dickinson

Kim And Kehau show us a conundrum in their layout for the
Visual Incongruities & Conundrums book.

Jennifer serves up some colorful shave ice in the Colors Book.

Jennifer uses Hawaiian words to help describe
the diversity of people who call Hawaii
their home.

Yes, We live in a land full of rainbows.

Hope had us in stitches with her Humor layout using
funny signs.

Amy visits with The Marvelettes in the Ooh La La Mailbag book
featuring Please, Mr. Postman.

May shows us her ALL layout with  All The World's A Stage.


Dorie explores Alchemy in this spread.


Su shows us crop circles in her Book of Secrets and Conspiracies layout.

Take me to your leader.


Teri cleverly uses library cards and card file box backgrounds for
her Pockets of Quotes layout.


Lorena makes use of the smallest book in the round robin with her leather and lace spread
in the Diamonds and Rust book.

Lori explores the art of early man in the Origins of Man book.

Ice age art.
Debbie remembers Fall with visits to the apple country and watching the Wizard of Oz for her Wicked layout.

Have a Wicked Halloween.

Rosemary wants to be under the sea in an Octopuses Garden for the
Octopus book.

Diane shares a story about fishing with her dad and uncles in her
Childhood Memories spread.

Stephanie's Steampunk Floral layout.

More Steampunk Floral.

Darrell visits Jack and the Beanstalk in the Fairy Tales Book.


5 beans for a cow? Not a bad trade after all.

Lorraine must be one of the undecided voters in her
"To be or not to be, to do or not to do
is that the question?" layout.

Pam visits now and then in her Mid Century Modern layout.

Thanks for the memories.
Lorraine will ask the question, Are you a good witch or a bad witch? in the Wicked Book.

Marcy stitched up her friendship and gift of art in her
Definitions layout.


  1. I loved seeing all of these, and thank you Darrell for the Jack and The Beanstalk spread. It's FABULOUS! What inspiring themes everyone has chosen.

  2. Everyone had great artwork this week -- couldn't wait for the blog post to have the chance to take in everything a second time

  3. I am a huge fan of the Marvelettes and seeing the work featuring their hit, "Please Mr. Postman" is nothing short of amazing! I love the mix of photographs- of the group, and that classic Postman as well as how the lyrics are displayed. Absolutely brilliant work!